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Plot: An orphaned brontosaurus named Littlefoot sets off in search of the legendary Great Valley. A land of lush vegetation where the dinosaurs can thrive and live in peace. Along the way he meets four other young dinosaurs, each one a different species, and they encounter several obstacles as they learn… Runtime: 69 min Release Date: 18 Nov 1988
The most beautiful dinosaur movie ever to appear on the big screen (by cyberbat)
I saw this movie when I was 8 I am now 18 and I loved it. It is one of the few movies I see which have great sentimental value to me and unlike most other children's movies can be watched on two different levels. When the children see it they will watch a movie about how 5 baby dinosaurs find their way to the great valley, while older people will view it as a movie based around how an abandoned orphaned child copes with the loss of his mother. The symbolism is great for example the dark rainy scene, but I have always cried when I see it.For once A GIRL is seen as the the <more>
'strong' character, Cera the triCERAtops why does she only have one horn? is headstrong and prevents female sterotyping. I think most people who can see movies with an open mind hey it IS a kids movie so don't expect it to appeal to adults will love this movie. Incedently my favourite character was Littlefoot, his birth was absolutly wonderful and unlike the other characters he actually looks like he has grown.Unfortunaly due to space I cannot go into detail about the brilliant design of the backgrounds, characters and music but if on a rainy day you have nothing to see go and see this. The LAND BEFORE TIME was made by Don Bluth.Unfortunaly none of the other follow on moives BASED on the 5 characters was ever is good as this one they are just too childish.I love this movie 10 stars....
Don's Best - Endearing Cast,Exquisite Animation (by Cylex)
I've adored this film ever since I first saw it at the cinema in '88. Sweet Littlefoot, Bold Cera, Chatty Ducky, Timid Petrie & Greedy Spike are the cutest dinosaurs ever. Anyone unmoved by their adventures must have a heart of stone. The animation is superb and so is the soundtrack. Each dinosaur has a distinctive personality and you laugh and cry with them throughout. I only wish the film had been longer. The sequels are cute but it is the original that has the most heart. 10/10
Simply adorable. One of the best animations ever. (by Growlyted)
Five adorable baby dinosaurs set out on a heartwarming adventure to find their lost families. I fell in love with this at the cinema & I feel it deserves its success in the video market. I own every one but this is by far the best. Each character, determined Littlefoot, obstinate Cera, cheerful Ducky, timid Petrie & ever hungry Spike, is a delight. The story contains laughter, tears, hope & excitement. It is beautifully scored. The end title song, If We Hold On Together, is delightful too. The artwork is cute & full of detail. Don Bluth is a master. The voice casting is <more>
Don Bluth's masterpiece, The Land Before Time, is a wonderful children's feature with beautiful animation, a great story, adorable characters, and good direction.As a director, Bluth's use of color and texture in this film is absolutely brilliant. He has this wonderful soft blending of mainly the background colors usually most notable in the sky , which suggests use of chalk pastels to create this effect. In every film of his that I've seen, he always has great what I like to call atmospherics. In this film, you notice it in the blowing of dust/fog, some of the fire effects <more>
with the volcanoes mainly the falling fire sparks , the falling black ash before the characters reach the "mountains that burn," as well as certain water effects.The vocal cast was really well suited to all their roles. There were a few instances where some of the lines were a bit muffled and hard to understand, but for the most part, the cast did really well with their lines, made them sound natural, and child-like, and managed not to be overly cute and obnoxious as some characters made for children's films inherently are.The score by James Horner is a wonderful addition to the film's atmosphere and really does a great job setting the mood. Horner always has a way of infusing his scores with a sense of romanticism that is often lacking in today's film composers, and this film is no exception. He makes really good use of his strings section, especially in this period of his work.To be sure, this film is a masterpiece! All of its excellent qualities are apparent while watching the film, most notably the animation which is excellent for a late 80s film , the voice cast, the score, the story, and the art direction. Without a doubt, it would be well-deserving of a spot in any animated feature hall of fame.9 Stars out of 10!
"The Land Before Time" is the film that children will love, and is the kind of film that a person can grow on to love forever. Since dinosaurs are so appealing to young kids, films about dinosaurs, but in a less frightening tone, attract kids. And "The Land Before Time" is perhaps the best out of them. What it does that other movies about talking dinosaurs do not is that it makes the world in which they live seem perilous and like a nightmare, as children often imagine these enormous reptiles to have lived in.The movie is an animated classic in all regards. Like I <more>
mentioned earlier, it plays seriously to make the dinosaur world look hostile, but it doesn't overplay its part so that it gets too frightening. The characters, whom are lovable mostly in the first film, are wonderfully brought to life. Don Bluth's animation team and the talented voice acting done by actual children instead of just voice artists, makes the film work out. Each character has a personality and although they aren't developed an enormous level, they are worked just enough as needed to satisfy us. In a way, the sequels help to enhance their development, but only in mediocre films. In the original, we just simply become attached to the characters as characters.Even the antagonist, a Tyrannosaurus rex called "Sharptooth" is a great character. Sharptooth is really one of the best of the animated villains. Appropriately, he has no dialogue. He does not speak or taunt verbally. Like children imagine a Tyrannosaurus, he's a dangerous killer who attacks oftentimes out of hunger or even just cruelty. Effectively animated, Sharptooth is frightening to young children. There is a rumor that many of his scenes were deleted because they were deemed too frightening and this is certainly possible. Sharptooth's initial attack is truly powerful and for kids, terrifying. And because Sharptooth seems to always come back with a vengeance, makes him a memorable villain.The music score was conducted by James Horner, and his soundtrack is an absolute success story. The main theme is a very moving piece of music, and it suits the film very well, seeing as how it plays numerous times over the course of the film. It also has very thunderous scores for the scenes with Sharptooth. And there is the much-acclaimed song by Diane Ross "If We Hold On Together", which plays during the end credits. Bottom line, the music score is very excellent."The Land Before Time" is a classic and a great film for audience members of all ages. And it still holds out today because many adults can still enjoy it. Dinosaurs are loved by children, and therefore children love movies like "The Land Before Time". A few minutes ago, I finished watching the movie in its entire form for the first time in years. It worked its magic on me again. It is notorious for suffering from, as one credit called it, Excessive Sequel Syndrome. True, there are countless sequels and many of them are strictly mediocre. And no classic like the original.
One of the best movies of Don Bluth (by Rectangular_businessman)
I don't want to rant about nothing here, but god damn they had so many sequels, they stopped numbering them. Can you imagine that!? The original is great though, a collaboration between Bluth, Spielberg, and Lucas.The moral lesson here is a typical touch to children films, even though I don't remember seeing this as a child. The animation is excellent and contributes much to memorable scenes remember when Spike ate out of his little home? It was wonderful to look at. The characters are fun to watch through their adventure. A film you'll be seeing more than once in your lifetime, <more>
and loving it each time. See the original, avoid all the sequels. The first is the only good one.
if you were born in the 80s, before The Lion King there was The Land Before Time (by Quinoa1984)
Like other 80s babies, so to speak, if you were born in that era before the Disney movies of the 90s- which did almost reach a mini-renaissance before plummeting towards the end of the decade- you first saw the animated films of Don Bluth more than Disney. This was one of them, and it is a film that, for a certain sort of kid such as myself can be watched countless times. It's short, maybe too short as one of its flaws Bluth didn't retain final cut with Spielberg and Lucas in the background , as it only develops this epic tale of kiddie dinosaurs going through a harsh, dangerous <more>
journey to reach the oasis, the Great Valley. There aren't any time for songs, which is a plus, as Bluth gets in more time for some very realistic- for what is available at the time- animation of the environment. The kiddie dinosaurs themselves, Littlefoot the main protagonist who also loses his mother, in the Bambi and Lion King vein though here even more of a shock to kids as its from nature and not from some other being to grasp , Cera, Petrie, Ducky and Spike, each have their own personalities ranging from heroic to goofy to scared and even stuck-up. This gives something that kids can hang on to, very simple characterizations that change only through the often used but not too tiresome ideal of friendship and group-work, etc etc.Some of these scenes, the sillier ones, do end up making it more of a movie that holds more for the kids than the adults. That years later it doesn't lose much of its power visually, however, is a real credit to Bluth and his team, who along with An American Tail here make children's movies that know what they are, but make them in brilliant uses of the medium. The Tyrannasorus Rex- Sharptooth- is an immensely imposing presence with it saying never a word, as if it was pulled right out of the sequence from Fantasia. The design of the film is also extremely well laid, in a kind of dying world that like all fairy tales becomes all the more compelling in relation to what is the final paradise-type goal. It could almost be said that it might be much for wee little ones younger than 5 could take, but it really wasn't as I remember it from first seeing it. It balances its look with its characters, making it a near-classic film of its time. Alternately cute and violent, poetic and kitschy.
A cute movie that's under rated (by Smells_Like_Cheese)
I remember as a kid, I was in love with this film. I mean I was really in love with it. It was such a great movie for kids to watch. And when I see it now, it's still a fun movie to watch. It unfortunately has been over runned by sequels. And musical sequels? I don't think so. But I was surprised that it only has a rating of 6.3. I thought it would've had at least a 7.1. But I would highly recommend this film. It is very wonderful for the kids to watch. And I think the grown up's can get into it as well. I should probably buy the DVD now. I think I wore out the VHS when I was <more>
Ohh yes, the land before time. the greatest animated movie of all time i say. i saw the second one first but when i saw the first one and i was blown away. then i was only 4ish now I'm almost 14 and i still love it. the only thing that makes me unhappy is the endless supply of sequels. When i was a little kid i liked the sequels, but now... there only good up to V, now and all the rest of the sequels STINK. they should have stopped after 5 sequels. and after i bought the first 9, i stopped buying them. i used to think they where the greatest movies, but slowly, they became less and less <more>
good. If you are a kid, get it, if you are an adult, get it, if you are anyone don't get'm past #5.